Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Polish motolady Weronika Kwapisz finished her journey across America on a Triumph Bonneville just a few days ago! You can see photos and stories from her trip on her website RidingAcrossAmerica.

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Polish motolady Weronika Kwapisz finished her journey across America on a Triumph Bonneville just a few days ago! You can see photos and stories from her trip on her website RidingAcrossAmerica.

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The Moto Quest in action- redheaded Aileen Guenther stands out with her motolady friends from Mayalysia.  [ more photos of Aileen | the Moto Quest website ]

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Line Møller (on the Triumph) and Synne Sofie Reksten at the Music Festival at the Top of the World in Norway (Vice story). Photo by John Doran.

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The Nürburgring- on the list of places I must ride.  The Nurburgring is located about 43mi/70km South of Cologne, Germany and can hold up to 150,000 spectators. The older “North Loop” of the track is just under 13 miles long, and has more than 1,000 feet of difference in it’s lowest and highest elevations.  The GP-Strecke section is 3.2 miles long with 16 turns, and the total track length is a hair over 16 miles (25.947 km) with 170 turns. Construction of the track began in September of 1925. [ more info on wiki | more… Continue Reading »

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Eagle Road in Norway… the stuff a motorcyclists dreams are made of. Lysebotn Ørnesvingene aka Eagle Bends must be Norway’s most dramatic road. The lower part runs in a spiral tunnel, then climbs in 27 hairpin bends to about 1000 metres. This road is NOT open all year long so make sure to check road closures before booking tickets for an epic adventure. [ source: Adventure Bike Rider FB | more roads ]

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Eagle Road in Norway… the stuff a motorcyclists dreams are made of. Lysebotn Ørnesvingene aka Eagle Bends must be Norway’s most dramatic road. The lower part runs in a spiral tunnel, then climbs in 27 hairpin bends to about 1000 metres. This road is NOT open all year long so make sure to check road closures before booking tickets for an epic adventure. [ source: Adventure Bike Rider FB | more roads ]

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Eagle Road in Norway… the stuff a motorcyclists dreams are made of. Lysebotn Ørnesvingene aka Eagle Bends must be Norway’s most dramatic road. The lower part runs in a spiral tunnel, then climbs in 27 hairpin bends to about 1000 metres. This road is NOT open all year long so make sure to check road closures before booking tickets for an epic adventure. [ source: Adventure Bike Rider FB | more roads ]

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The One Moto Snow

Road Trip (Part 2) Getting to the One Show (the1moto.com) this year was a bit more difficult than in the past- partially because I moved to San Diego and partially because it snowed like crazy. The first portion of my road trip was easy peasy- driving the Purple Prius Eater (my Tacoma) to San Francisco from San Diego went shockingly well. The next leg started out with rain, and ended with Pandora’s Box looking like a Ducati popsicle.  If you want to see pictures from the first leg of the road trip check… Continue Reading »

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Let me introduce you to Aileen Guenther, she’s a 29 y/o German lady with a very cool project going on called The Moto Quest. Some words from her on the project- It’s about a woman (me). Two wheels. Four corners. About backpack full of dreams and a road into the Unknown…  It’s about a quest for truth, growth, transformation and healing guided by my spirit, heart and intuition. Aileen will be traveling the world on a motorcycle and cataloguing it for everyone to enjoy. You can follow her instagram while her website… Continue Reading »

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